Are you excited for J. J. Abrams to continue the Star Wars saga and deliver the next trilogy?
Star Wars is a part of cinema history and will forever hold a special place in all of our hearts. With the prequel trilogy failing to meet most moviegoers expectations, are you excited for Abrams to continue the saga?
Well since the prequels caused the franchise to hit rock bottom by most critics and fans' standards, there's nowhere else to go but up. The prequels might've lowered people's expectations so monumentally low that anything resembling quality is going be welcomed to this franchise.
The prequels were my entrance into star wars. I certainly liked them, but I dont remember actually see any of the original movies all the way through and dont really feel the need of watching them through either.
With the advances movies have made since then though, I would certainly want to see how the continuation pans out.
I'm cautiously optimistic ...I figure, he can't possibly eff things up any worse than Lucas himself did with the prequels.
FatFreddysCat I couldn't agree more especially after purchasing the saga on Blu ray and noticing the "rock" in front of R2 scene that is inconsistent and the other changes (lost track of how many times this makes now). Maybe someone can do some good taking it away from Lucas.
I'm probably one of the only people who didn't hate the prequel movies. The originals had their share of cheesy lines and bad acting, we just remember them with nostalgia glasses, making them all but immune to criticism. But, that's a different debate. I am actually excited for episode 7. Abrams has proven himself a capable director and what star wars geek doesn't want to see a badass old Jedi Master Luke?
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